Statements a. PQ = RS b. QR = QR c. PQ + QR = RS + QR d. PR = PQ + QR QS = QR + RS e. PR = QS Reasons a. Reflexive Property of...

Statements a. PQ = RS b. QR = QR c. PQ + QR = RS + QR d. PR = PQ + QR QS = QR + RS e. PR = QS Reasons a. Reflexive Property of...

Statements a. -x = 32 b. 4 - (1/4x) = 12 c. 16 - x = 48 d. x = -32 e. 4(4 - 1/4x) = 48 f. 12 = 4- 1/4x Reasons a. Given b. Symmetric Property pf Equality c...

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Use the Distributive Property to write each expression in expanded form 1. 3(x+5) 2. 2(3x- 10) 3. 2x(x+S) 4. (x+2)(x+S)

Please include the steps to how they (the properties - commutative and associative) are being used as well.

What property is being shown in the problem 16+0=16

what property of number is this 2(3+4)=2(3)+2(4)

Can someone help me with this? Identify the properties used to solve the inequalities: 3+2y-11 <-16_______________ 3+(-11)+2y<-...

Chemical equation: a short way to show a chemical reaction using symbols instead of words

I really don't understand the distributive property of multiplication and addition. We are learning about it in school (grade 7) but I just don't understand how it works or how to use it properly...

if x=2, then x+y=2+y

I am having trouble naming the properties used to solve these equations. I know how to solve them, but by memory. help?

Write a sentence to show that the distance from Ping's to Jamal's is the same as the return walk home. Write the sentence and name the property used.

1. mABC = mDEF and mDEF = mABC 2. AB = CD, CD = EF. therefore, AB = EF. 3. x + 7 = 5; x + 7 - 7 = 5 4. X = y; if x = 18, then y = 18 5. A = A

What property of math is this..... Identity...commutative property...inverse property..multiplication of zero?

This is a property question where you need to identify each property.

what property of multiplication is used in this equation 4/6(6/6)=4/6 a) inverse property b) identity property c) distributive property d) associative property

Directions state to use one or more properties to rewrite the expression as an expression that does not use parentheses. another question example is (a+5) + 23

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